What I'm Reading, April 10
Monday, April 10, 2017
This edition of “What I’m Reading” is all about leadership: managing others, managing yourself, and fearlessly seeking what is right. Enjoy.
“Think you’re emotionally intelligent because you’re nice? Think again.”
A good read about "EQ," or emotional intelligence, for any leader. By the way, EQ trumps IQ more than you think.
“9 Bad Manager Mistakes That Make Good People Quit”
These concepts about good management seem almost intuitive; however, sometimes a reminder about treating your employees with respect and developing them needs to be said aloud.
“Reset Your Life in an Hour”
A formidable leader in his own right, retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Dr. John Nagl, provides an excellent synopsis of Make Your Bed, written by University of Texas Chancellor, William McCraven, who is a retired admiral and Navy SEAL.
I have known John for more than a decade and am excited about the fact that both he and Admiral McCraven have taken their simple yet powerful leadership lessons learned in combat and years of military service to the hallowed halls of education. (subscription required.)
“A $2.5 trillion asset manager just put a statute of a defiant girl in front of the Wall Street bull”
Girl power rocks! Full stop and bravo to State Street for giving us an image of what women can do during a "bull" or "bear" market.